The following statements are random, based on search results I easily found with the DuckDuckGo search engine (plus a few from my minutes collection). They begin to demonstrate the faithfulness to the King James Bible across a wide variety of Baptists both by theology and location.
Free Will Baptist
Statement of Faith, Original Stone Association of Free Will Baptists, Tennessee
B. We believe the holy scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be the Word of God, and the only rule of faith and practice (II Timothy 3:16-17; II Peter 1: 20-21). The King James Version of the Bible shall be the official and only translation used by the Association.
Articles of Faith, First Free Will Baptist Church, Greenwood, SC
6. Scriptures — we believe that holy men of old wrote the Bible as they were moved, (lit. “Being borne along”) by the Holy Spirit (2 Peter 1:21, which harmonizes with 2 Timothy 3:15, which teaches that all Scripture is inspired.” (Lit. “God breathed” or “breathed out by God”). This means that the Holy Spirit so superintended the writers of the Holy Scripture that, although they utilized their own vocabularies and experiences, they wrote the very exact message God intended without any omission, addition, or error which means that the Bible is theologically, historically, scientifically, and geographically correct since the Holy Spirit is incapable of erring. Being plenary verbally inspired by the Holy Spirit guarantees the infallibility and inerrancy of the Bible in every area in which it speaks and makes it the highest authority and guide for the believer. The King James Version of the Bible shall be the official and only translation used by the church.
Christian Unity Baptist Association
Articles of Faith of the Christian Unity Baptist Association, North Carolina
2. We believe the Bible, the Old and New Testaments, is the scriptural word of God given by inspiration of the Holy Spirit. John 5:39, Rom. 16:25-26, II Tim. 3:15-17, Acts 28:23-28, II Pet. 1:20-21. We believe in using only the King James version of the Bible.
[The Christian Unity Baptist Association was formed September 27-28, 1935 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Historically tied to the Regular Baptists of the region, the Christian Unity Baptist Association varied from its predecessors, becoming a somewhat primitivistic Arminian body. They continued the rite of feet washing, taught falling from grace, allowed women ministers, and practiced open communion. The Articles of Faith that include the King James Bible were adopted at their first meeting in 1935.]
First Landmark Missionary Baptist Church, Springfield, Oregon
“Only the Authorized King James Bible contains the Word of God.”
Sovereign Grace Missionary Baptist Church, Texarkana, Texas
“We believe and teach the King James Bible; while you are welcome to use any bible translation you choose, we only use the King James Bible. We believe the scriptures both Hebrew and Greek text was properly translated for King James and completed in 1611.”
Statement of Faith, Louisiana Missionary Baptist Association
I. We believe in the infallible, verbal inspiration of the whole Bible (2 Peter 1.19-21; 2 Timothy 3.16) and specifically, that the Bible is the Word of God and does not merely contain the Word of God. We reject any and all modern translations and or versions which are not substantially in keeping with the 1611 Authorized Version of the Bible.
Old Regular Baptist
Articles of Faith, Fifty-Ninth Annual Session of the Northern New Salem Association of Old Regular Baptist of Jesus Christ, August 5-7, 2016 (Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio)
Article 2. We believe the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments of the 1611 Authorized King James version of the Bible are the written words of God, and the only rules of Faith and practice. 2nd Peter 1:21, 2nd Tim. 3:16
Articles of Faith, One Hundred and Eighteenth Annual Session of the Sardis Association of Old Regular Baptist, September 10-12, 2010 (Kentucky)
Article 2. We believe the scripture of the Old and New Testaments of the Authorized King James Version of the Bible are the written words of God and are the only rules of faith and practice.
Articles of Faith, Senter District Primitive Baptist Association, Ashe County, North Carolina (From the Minutes of the Nintey-third Annual Session, Senter District Primitive Baptist Association, September 6-8, 1946)
2. We believe that scriptures of the Old and New Testament as translated in the 1611 King James version of the Holy Bible, is the written work of God and the only rule of faith and practice.
Articles of Faith, Minutes of the One Hundred Fifth Annual Session of the Roaring River Primitive Baptist Association, September 21-23, 1951, (North Carolina) p. 6
2. We believe the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments (as recorded in the authorized King James Version) are the words of God, and the only rule of faith and practice.
Articles of Faith, Mars Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Hoboken, Georgia
2nd. We believe the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, of the original King James Bible, are the words of God, and the only rule of FAITH AND PRACTICE. References: 2 Peter 1:21; Romans 15:4; 2 Timothy 3:16-17; Luke 24:45; Isaiah 8:20 (Also “Our beliefs and preaching are from the King James Bible.”)
Articles of Doctrine for All Associations, Separate Baptists in Christ
Article 1. We believe that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament are the infallible Word of God, and the only safe rule of faith and practice, using the King James version of the Holy Bible for English-speaking people (We believe that non-English speaking people should use a Bible comparable to the King James version of the Holy Bible.). Rom 15:4, I Cor 10:11, II Tim 3:16-17, Gen 1:1 through Rev 22:21.
History of White Oak Mountain Union Baptist Church, Helton, Ashe County, North Carolina
“None of those preachers had been to college, and none had had any religion or divinity courses, but t hey all knew the King James Bible (the only acceptable Bible there was) inside out.” (by Pamela Spencer Sizemore)
Articles of Faith, Old Zion Association of United Baptist, Kentucky
Article 5. We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament of the Authorized King James Version to be the infallible Word of God, taken then for our only rule of faith and practice; and nothing to be added or to be taken from them.
Articles of Faith, Paint Union Association of United Baptist, Kentucky
5. We believe in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, as recorded in the AUTHORIZED KING JAMES VERSION of the BIBLE, to be the infallible Word of God, take it for our only true rule of faith and practice, and nothing is to be added or taken from it.
Articles of Faith, Barren River Association of Baptists, 1830 (Kentucky)
“While on a trip with the Baptist History Preservation Society, I traveled to Barren County, Kentucky. There I read the Articles of Faith of the Barren River Association adopted in 1830. There were twelve articles listed.
“The Articles of Faith of the Barren River Association, adopted at her constitution at the Mount Pleasant Meeting House, Barren County, Ky., Sept. 15, 1830.
“1st We believe that the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, as translated by the authority of King James, to be the words of God, and is the only true rule of faith and practice.” From Pioneer Church Records of South Central Kentucky and the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee 1799-1899, C. P. Cawthorn & N. L. Warnell, Dayton, OH: Church History Research & Archives, p. 23 (as mentioned in Chapter 17 — “Bible Roots” in One Book Stands Alone by Douglas D. Stauffer)
Articles of Faith, Minutes of the Forty-First Annual Session of the Central Baptist Association, Inc., August 1-3, 1996 (TN,VA), p. 20
2. We believe that the Old and New Testament scriptures as recorded in the King James translation of 1611 to be the written and revealed word of God, and are the only rules of faith and practice. II Tim. 3:16; II Peter 1:20-21.
Articles of Faith, Minutes of the One Hundred Seventy Second Annual Session of the East Washington Association of Regular Baptist Churches of Christ, September 15-17, 2005 (Arkansas) p. 12
2. We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments (King James Version) are of Divine Authority, and the only Rule of Faith and practice. II Peter 1:21; II Tim. 3:16.
Constitution, Minutes of the 101st Annual Session of the New Hope Baptist Association, September 22-24, 1984 (Georgia) p. 15
Article 2. We believe and receive the Original King James Version of the Old and New Testament as the revealed Word of God, and that they contain the only safe rule of faith and practice.
According to John Sparks in The Roots of Appalachian Christianity (p. 304) the articles of faith of the Paint Union had been changed only once in the life of the association (up until the time he was writing, of course), and that was “in 1989 to advocate the use of the King James version of the Bible and no other.”
In Giving Glory to God in Appalachia: Worship Practices of Six Baptist Sub-Denominations,
Howard Dorgan (p. 16) tells of the Mountain District Primitive Baptist Association peacefully changing one of their articles of faith in 1978. “The article had read: ‘We believe that the scriptures of the Old and New Testament is [sic] the written word of God and the only rule of faith and practice.’ The change resulted in the following: ‘We believe that the scriptures of the Old and New Testament, as translated in 1611 into the King James Version of the Holy Bible, is the written word of God and the only rule of faith and practice.’” Such changes in most cases reveal a change in the articles of faith to reflect practice, rather than a change in practice.